Application of Automatic Titrator

Release Time

2023-11-10 15:16

The Automatic Titrator is an advanced laboratory instrument designed for the precise and accurate parsing of liquid samples. This innovative device is equipped with state-of-the-art technology that enables it to perform titrations quickly and easily, saving time and effort for researchers and various industries.


One of the key features of the Automatic Titrator is its ability to perform both direct and indirect titrations. Direct titrations involve the measurement of the volume of a standard solution required to neutralize a known amount of an acid or base in a sample solution. Indirect titrations, on the other hand, involve the determination of the concentration of an unknown substance in a sample by reacting it with a standard solution and measuring the volume of the resulting reaction mixture.

The Ti-50 Automatic Titrator with a second auxiliary titration unit is also capable of performing two-step titrations, which involve the successive addition of two reagents to a sample solution.



                                       Second Auxiliary Titration Unit

To ensure accuracy and precision, the Automatic Titrator is equipped with advanced sensors and control systems that monitor and regulate the flow of reagents.


                                                                                            Titration   Electrodes


In addition to its technical capabilities, the Automatic Titrator is also designed with user convenience in mind. Its intuitive interface and easy-to-use controls make it accessible to users of all skill levels, while its compact size and low power consumption make it ideal for use in any laboratory setting.

Overall, the Automatic Titrator represents a significant advancement in laboratory technology, offering unparalleled accuracy, precision, and efficiency in volumetrics. Whether you are a researcher, or quality control professional, the Automatic Titrator is sure to be an invaluable tool in your laboratory arsenal.